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Snell & Wilmer Advises Channel Key, LLC in its Acquisition of the Amazon Agency-Related Client Assets of Kaspien, Inc.

June 8, 2023

LAS VEGAS - Snell & Wilmer advised Channel Key, LLC, an award-winning full-service Amazon marketplace consulting agency, in its acquisition of the Amazon agency-related client assets of Kaspien, Inc., a leading e-commerce marketplace growth platform. Channel Key will begin onboarding Kaspien’s Amazon agency clients immediately. The acquisition is expected to enable Channel Key to offer best-in-class services using its award-winning team to an incredible list of new clients. 

In a recent press release, Scott Taylor, Channel Key’s Chief Operating Officer, said, "Channel Key has been helping Brands grow their Amazon businesses since 2017. Over the past year Kaspien has been focusing on its core Retail business. We saw a strategic opportunity to acquire Kaspien's Agency Assets that aligned with the goals for both Channel Key and Kaspien." Channel Key's vision is to provide brand owners and manufacturers with a winning Amazon strategy and the ecosystem and resources to execute at the highest level possible.

Brian Blaylock led the Snell & Wilmer team advising Channel Key in the acquisition with assistance of Caylye Nordling and Caitlin Pyatt

Snell & Wilmer’s mergers and acquisitions attorneys are well-versed in providing strategic, innovative legal and business services for complicated corporate transactions. They have extensive experience with transactions in a variety of industries, including highly regulated industries where the intersection of business and government requires a particularly strategic and risk-sensitive approach. Their experience, coupled with deep industry knowledge, allows them to provide thoughtful, innovative, and comprehensive solutions for their clients. Snell & Wilmer’s clients include sellers, buyers, investors, banks and bankers, venture capital firms, private equity firms, institutional lenders, independent directors and committees, management groups, creditors, and creditor committees.